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Hamilton beach brewstation is leaking

I really like the brewstation 12 cup and would like to repair it.
i seen coffee all over my counter top when i came home from work.
i tracked down the problem and found there were small cracks where the screws hold the heating plate to the gasket. i originally thought it would have been a gasket seal problem but found that 3 of the 6 screw hole areas had very small cracks so im guessing i will have to replace the tank.
any ideas ?

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SOURCE: parts for Hamilton Beach BrewStation® 12 Cup Coffeemaker With Timer

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It's called a tank, not a pot. $9 CDN. Haven't been able to find in US yet. This is very hard to belive considering they make so many small appliances I think HB is not making parts available intentially to get consuners to buy again. Not sure this is smart.

Posted on May 16, 2008

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I found this site that calls it a "permanent dispencing filter" but the small print says that it is the small domed filter that sits on the bottom of the tank so I sounds like the same as the filter screen. FYI, there is a pricing conflict when you click on the part. The part link shows that it's $4.99 but when you select the part or try to order it, it comes up as $5.99. Here's the link http://abtecparts.com/hamilton_beach_brew_station_filters.htm

I will probably still call HB tomorrow and see what the want for it before I buy.

Posted on Aug 03, 2008

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Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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I have the same leaking problem. I just called Hamilton Beach and gave them the model and serial numbers. They are sending me a new "gasket" complimentary but she said if that doesn't work, I'll have to order a whole new coffee tank.

Posted on Apr 09, 2009

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i had similar problem. i removed screws and rubber seal on tank, and located a hair line crack near rubber seal, a dab of crazy clue seems to have solved this problem for now

Posted on Jun 14, 2009

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